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Wow that was a good day today. Took 6 confirmed bookings for2018/9 plus a couple of serious enquiries. 

Thanks to Karen for organising and thanks to the bride’s and groom’s of the Isle of Wight for liking what I do 

Dave

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I am looking forward to playing at the Wight Festival of Christmas at Newport, Isle of Wight, this weekend. 

Loads of Christmas ideas for you to look at plus live music.

I am playing on both the 25th and 26th, pop along and say hi.
Dave

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2017 had got off to a great start.

I have taken bookings for 2 weddings this week, the first is in Derby at the Roundhouse and I will be playing with the Folk Foundasian Sax trio. The 2nd is at Barton Court nr Malvern in October as a solo act.  Barton court is a lovely old House that I discovered at the end of last year, whilst playing at a wedding fayre there.

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This Saturday is a full day rehearsal with Folk Foundasian working on a ton of new songs.  Both Bollywood and western tunes are on the agenda, so should be fun.

If there are any weddings or events that you think I may be able to help at, then please get in touch for a chat.

 

Best wishes

 

Dave

 

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So with both of Saturdays gigs completed, I thought I would let you know how they went.
The first was part of a wedding celebration with family guests arriving from all over the world for a meal and a social gathering.
My collection of Indian songs went down well, especially Tum Hi Ho. This is a beautiful tune with some very loving lyrics.
There were lots of nice comments and  a chat about a possible event in London.
The second gig was an engagement party taking place in San Carlo’s restaurant in Leicester.  This has a really nice function room that easily held the 140 guests.
The event involved a mixture of sax playing and background music throughout the evening. 
It was nice to catch up with a previous Client who came and made himself known.
Yet again the Indian tunes were well received and compliments were freely given.
Every one seemed to enjoy themselves with more compliments about the music and another enquiry about future  bookings.
All in all a busy but fun weekend.  I do enjoy my job.

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